Review: Sweet Sippin Canadian Maple Whisky
Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 11, 2010
As I promised a few weeks ago, I have completed my full review of a nice Maple Whisky Liqueur from Highwood Distillers. To refresh your memory, Sweet Sippin’ Maple Whisky is the fusion of three ingredients, Highwood Canadian Rye Whisky (a five-year old wheat based Canadian Whisky), 100% pure natural Amber Maple Syrup from Quebec, and Pure Natural Spring Water. No additives are used in producing the Maple Whisky which probably accounts for the inviting flavour profile I encountered.
Here is an excerpt from my review:
“…In the glass, the liqueur has a very nice aroma. A gentle sweet maple rising up with just a hint of rye whisky. The maple is very dominant and effectively hides the more subtle nuances of the whisky. If one allows the glass to sit caramel tones become apparent, and very light alcohol tones begin to disperse as well….”
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